Armed Forces Officers Club & Hotel
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... immigration as my passport hadn't been stamped as I arrived earlier in the day. In the old days this would have been a serious concern with the Emirates authorities, but on this occasion some simple checking and professional handling soon cleared the matter and I was on my way in a matter of minutes. We walked a few shops before heading to the lounge and a pre-departure dinner. It was then just a short time before we boarded and set off on the last 14 hour leg of our ...
Good Friday was spent in Abu Dhabi and it was a good Friday, a beautiful crisp and clean city and total contrast from previous ports in some of the Asian cities. First excursion stops were the in development island of Saadiyat and Yas Island where the Grand Prix circuit is and where the Ferrari theme park is, all very impressive but I can think of a number of men who would have got much more from it than I did!! Next stop was the ...
Very warm and sunny at 27C.
Just a short overnight cruise to Abu Dhabi to mark the start of the second leg of the world voyage and the second half of our adventure.
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We arrived at our berth in Abu Dhabi about 07:00.
Up early at 07:30 so we could join an organized coach tour to see ...
... to wait the final hour or so for our flight. Since we were going to have to climb stairs to get to the plane, we requested early boarding for Leslie. Shortly after that, we found out our 22:00 flight was delayed until about 22:30.
When the agents finally allowed boarding, they led us to a bus. By chance, we ended up right at the front door of the bus. Unfortunately, when the bus stopped at the plane, only the middle doors ...
... missed out on the starts and the pit stops here though. I was comparing the F1 to the Daytona 500 races, which were one of the most exciting events I had ever attended. We didn't get the same rush here, I think because the cars weren't travelling in a pack they were screaming by us one at a time.There was something about this that drew you in though. When we heard the sounds of the cars racing we had to go watch. Gerald would have like to see more ...